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Navy details damage to submarine USS Connecticut that struck undersea mountain

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The fast-attack submarine USS Connecticut, which struck an underwater mountain in October, sustained damage to its ballast tanks and sonar sphere, according to a Navy evaluation of the vessel in drydock.

The service is conducting a “thorough assessment of damage” to the Connecticut at Puget Sound Naval Shipyard in Bremerton, Wash., where it arrived on Feb. 8., Submarine Force U.S. Pacific spokeswoman Cmdr. Cindy Fields told Stars and Stripes in an email Friday.

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